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  • The myfuture website is a free resource used to explore career options, job descriptions, developing work ready skills and investigating career insights. It is free to register so long as you create a username and password.

  • TheMorrisby Online Career Tool can be accessed by any student who created a profile in Year 9 to investigate career pathways & job descriptions. If students have forgotten their password they can go to the careers office for a recovery code.

  • Job Jumpstart – offers support for young jobseekers and their parents, teachers, and career advisers, with printable workbooks and tip sheets, recruitment insights from Australian employers, and information and links to government resources.

  • Career Ladders – see the options and occupations available in certain study areas or interest areas.

  • The myskills website connects individuals and employers with training organisations that best suit their needs. This website also contains a resources page that includes videos of people giving tips about apprenticeships and the workforce.

  • Exploring job descriptions and qualifications required using the following website that provide overviews of tasks carried out in certain occupations.

  • Skills Road is an excellent site with lots of information about jobs and careers plus various tests and quizzes to help you learn more about yourself.

  • Videos about getting an apprenticeship or what it’s like working in a trade.

  • Career advice for young people including information about how to look for a job, how to get a job, volunteering and career planning.

  • Victorian Skills Gateway website tips and tools on getting started in a career pathway



Senior School Options


  • VCEVM = Victorian Certificate of Education Vocational Major


Study options beyond High School – University, Tafe & ADF


  • Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) is the central organisation used to make tertiary offers to students. Students can also make direct applications for TAFE courses and some University courses, please see careers staff if you have questions. Students in year 12 will need to create an account during term 3 of their school year and add their preferences of course options. Scroll down and click on the Coursesearch option to investigate University courses and their entry requirements and prerequisites including ATAR scores.
Australian Defence Forces (ADF) has many career pathways.



Beyond High School – Employment, Apprenticeships & Traineeships

  • This website provides information about Australian Apprenticeships and the process involved. The careers staff are happy to assist students as they navigate through the application process.
  • MIGA Apprentices and trainees job search tool, click on the jobs tab at the top and select the state you wish to search
  • Work Safe provides information about health and safety in the workplace. Outlines the rights and responsibilities of both employers and employees in relation to Occupational Health and Safety.
  • Unique Student Identifier (USI) is a number students use to enroll and undertake any training. This number should be recorded somewhere safe to be able to enroll in courses. To obtain a USI or retrieve a forgotten USI go to

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